A selective bibliography of papers published between January 1965 and December 1969 on shallow water acoustics and sonar
Kinsler, Lawrence E.
Sanders, F. V.
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A survey was conducted of that literature relevant to the propagation, detection, and utilization of acoustic signals in the shallow water environment which was published between January 1965 and December 1969. For the purpose of this survey, shallow water was defined as water of depth less than 100 fathoms. This survey is divided into the following areas: normal mode propagation - theory and experiment, ray theory propagation - theory and experiment, bottom acoustics, bottom scattering and reverberation, surface scattering and reverberation, shallow water ambient noise, signal distortion in shallow water, sonar tests in shallow water, and review and miscellaneous articles. Abstracts, when available, are given for each paper; comments are included..
NPS Report NumberNPS-61KS70091A
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